Event Title

The Bilateral Agreements between Kosovo and Macedonia

Session

Law

Description

The course of historical developments of the former century and the first decade of XXI, has clearly and straightforwardly witnessed that Balkan suffered from lack of a sustainable stability and a period of excessive turmoil. Due to fact, it’s quite obvious that Balkan has been subject to a consistent conflict which has led to foundation of new states. The main purpose of this paper is to profoundly analyze the raports between the Republic of Kosovo and that of Macedonia. Apparently, the denomination “republic” when it comes to referring both states is deliberately being used to reveal a time-limited study. Consequently, the analysis in mainly focused on the period after the proclamation of Kosovo’s Independence and not in their reports in the during the existence of former Yugoslavia. The study is divided in three main parts. In the first part it’s going to be scrutinized the historical aspect of those states, owing to the fact that both of them shared a common governemntal shape and structure. As a result there are numerous aspects to be elaborated as far as this major topic is concerned. Whereas in the second part of this paper it is going to carried out an in-depth analysis related to the political and diplomatic relations between these states. Thereon the main focus will be chiefly oriented in the interstate relations.

Keywords:

Bilateral Agreements, political and diplomatic relations, interstate relations

Session Chair

Joana Qeleshi

Session Co-Chair

Jorida Xhafaj

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.269

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The Bilateral Agreements between Kosovo and Macedonia

Pristina, Kosovo

The course of historical developments of the former century and the first decade of XXI, has clearly and straightforwardly witnessed that Balkan suffered from lack of a sustainable stability and a period of excessive turmoil. Due to fact, it’s quite obvious that Balkan has been subject to a consistent conflict which has led to foundation of new states. The main purpose of this paper is to profoundly analyze the raports between the Republic of Kosovo and that of Macedonia. Apparently, the denomination “republic” when it comes to referring both states is deliberately being used to reveal a time-limited study. Consequently, the analysis in mainly focused on the period after the proclamation of Kosovo’s Independence and not in their reports in the during the existence of former Yugoslavia. The study is divided in three main parts. In the first part it’s going to be scrutinized the historical aspect of those states, owing to the fact that both of them shared a common governemntal shape and structure. As a result there are numerous aspects to be elaborated as far as this major topic is concerned. Whereas in the second part of this paper it is going to carried out an in-depth analysis related to the political and diplomatic relations between these states. Thereon the main focus will be chiefly oriented in the interstate relations.